His parents actions when he was young left him with the idea that love and relationships are horrible and all it does is hurt us, he felt as if it’s not worth going through the pain and stress. He only saw the bad sides of love, and because of that, he kept himself from everyone; he never realised the good sides of love until later on in his life. Another main contrast between the two poems, is guilt. In both poems the poets both feel guilt, but in different ways. Harrison, who had a good and loving family life, felt guilty about the way he treated his father when mourning.
However he had a tragic flaw but him confessing leads up to his tragic death that causes the audience to feel sympathy. John Proctor’s downfall is initiated by a human flaw which was his inability to control and resist his desire. When his wife Elizabeth got sick began to catch feelings for Abigail. When John Proctor stated “but I will cut off my hand before I’ll ever reach out for you” (page 15, act one) he shows how at one point he was having an affair behind his wife back and this lead up to all the madness in the town of Salem. When Abigail was talking to Proctor she says “She is telling lies to about me!
Her actions ultimately lead to the murder of her first husband Camillo, her sexual presence and beauty creating jealousy and envy in the men that meet her. Vittoria is not an innocent character, but she is a product of women’s social limitations in the patriarchal society Webster has chosen to set the play in. Vittoria is undoubtedly the central character of the novel, the events throughout are as a result of her liaison with Brachiano, sparking a journey of murder and treachery. The title of the book ‘The White Devil’ describes Vittoria well, and helps display that she is not an innocent character. Being compared to the devil in a novel set in a heavily catholic country shows that she is evil, and the subtitle ‘The Tragedy of Paulo Giordano Ursini, Duke of Brachiano, With the Life and Death of Vittoria Corombona the famous Venetian Curtizan’ supports this.
She knew this about herself and was highly criticized for it. This means that she failed to be objective in several instances.A few good poems to use to capture her struggle with relationships might be these: "Mirror","By Candlelight" ,"Mary's Song". "Daddy" by Sylvia Plath is by right considered a magnificent poem about daughter's relationship with a father. Also it can also be read as an allegory of female yielding and final revolt in a men's world who have been responsible for all the disasters and wars
Mayella is destroyed by the way she was raised, she was abused by her father and therefore exploiting her innocence. She was obligated to lie in trial, because her father was in the stand looking upon her. She had no choice, to have a say in court. He had a look, saying “if you
He was mentally unstable due to his upbringing and abusive father. His love for his mother made him the way he is. He killed older women for pleasure and to use their skin for things like masks, furniture and belts. Of all the murderers out there, he has to be the worst. The world is a better place without
When his wife became sick he began to get emotions for her. He committed adultery with Abigail against his wife. When Abigail stated "I know how you clutched my back behind your house and sweated like a stallion whenever I came near..." She showed that she and John Proctor did have sexual relations. This flaw along with many others contributed to him being a tragic hero. The fact that John Proctor realized all of his mistakes was another reason why he can be considered a
At home, he lived in fear of his mother and resented his father for not helping him. His siblings, at the insistence of his mother, often joined in abusing him. Dave Pelzer had every reason to develop into a product of nurture. After entering the foster care program, Dave Pelzer did not know how to behave in society. He defied his foster parents rules and go in trouble at school.
Soon after John and Abigail meet again and he threatens her, later Abby is found with a needle and claims that John’s wife’s, “familiar spirit pushed it in” (74). Abby was afflicted by a threat made by John, and this accusation, causes Goody Proctor to be arrested after Abigail was stabbed with a needle. Deeply affected by their family and friends being in jail John Proctor, Giles Corey, and Francis Nurse go to Deputy Governor Danforth to speak out, and Parris claims that they have “come to overthrow this court, your honor!” (92). According to Parris, John and his friends are going against the court, due to madness caused by Abigail and her friends; people are now looking at the court and the hanging judge and questioning what is really going on. After an insane hysteria caused by John Proctor admitting the affair he had with Abigail, he is sentenced to hang.
Images of Women was show in The Glass Castle when Billy raped Jeanette and she had no control over him. She kept on talking about how she didn’t want it, but he took charge and kept on pushing it. He took power over her and treated her like an